"God said, 'Let there be...'" And when God spoke, things happened. Recapture the awe, the mystery, the passion, and power of scripture in God-Breathed - where you'll personally experience a life transformed by the One who spoke everything into existence, including you.
©2015 Josh McDowell (P)2015 Barbour Publishing, Inc.
it's good. if you've ever studied into reasons why scripture is true you may not find too many things that you haven't heard before. if not, you will be surprised how much more reliable the Bible of 2000 years ago really is! unbelievers likely won't be converted by this book so much as honest truth seeker will. overall a great faith strengthening book!
Tim Gregory did a great job reading. I thought the reader keep it alive.
This book is a great summary of apologetics. It lays out in layman terms why and how we got the Bible today. Also touches on other religions. I enjoyed and will listen to it again.
Most likely not. Mostly because I don't agree with his views.
This book is just a large echo chamber and his source are dubious at best. His claims of "studying dead sea scrolls". No. He tells the story's of how he was funding the study of the scroll by other individuals who know things like Greek and Hebrew. I'm sorry you can say YOU studied dead sea scrolls if in fact you CANT READ THEM.
Better editing and proofreading for accuracy and contradictions.Example: The author goes into great length to detail the accuracy of the Bible by describing the meticulous effort taken by scribes in copying the Hebrew Bible manuscript but later on explains away the misspelling words, overlooked words or incorrectly written words in the New Testament by stating the scribes were tired, human.If the scribes of the Hebrew Bible were meticulous, careful led by the Holy Spirit to accurately copy the Hebrew Bible (99% accurate according to the author) then why the scribes of the New Testament were not also as meticulous, careful led by the Holy Spirit???
Nothing really. This book wasn't written for me, a skeptic. This book was written to the true believers to reinforce the belief the Bible is accurate and the inerrant word of God.
Tim Gregory's performance yes. Another Josh McDowell book...not so much
The only redeeming quality I derived from the book is the great length true believers will go to prove the accuracy of the Bible.
I find it interesting the great length this author goes to prove the accuracy of the Bible by comparing it to other ancient texts.Yes, side by side comparison the Bible stands head and shoulders above the other ancient texts but then again only the Bible is claimed to be the inerrant word of God so it has a much higher standard to meet and unfortunately it does not reach it.
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